t was a four-game night for Harrison on Color’s Day Friday night.
Opposite Gentry, the Harrison ninth-grade teams posted two wins. The Junior Goblins defeated Gentry, 43-32, while the Junior Lady Goblins posted a 33-16 win.
A solid defensive effort by Harrison in the third period turned the tide for a 43-32 win over Gentry.
Harrison held a slim 18-17 advantage at halftime. The Junior Goblins held Gentry to three third-period points to move ahead, 27-20.
The Junior Goblins hit 8-of-10 free throw attempts in the final period to seal the victory.
Leading the scoring for Harrison was Logan Plumlee with 12 points. Dylan Block added nine, Timber Crenwelge eight, Sloan Barrett six and Abe Glidewell and Maverick Wynn four each.
Harrison’s junior girls turned the game in favor of the home team in the second on the way to a 33-16 win over Gentry.
After a 6-6 first period, Harrison held Gentry to three points in the second frame while picking up nine. The Junior Lady Goblins led at intermission, 15-9. There was not much scoring in the third period as each team put three points on the board.
Harrison blew the game open in the final frame. They outscored Gentry, 15-4.
Leading Harrison in scoring was Halle Marseilles with 10 points. Madison Bell added eight, Clare Barger five, Camryn Casey four and Olivia Pall and Makala Mattix and Makya Mattix two each.